- Preference is given to those technicians that are licensed, certified or registered or,
- Have sufficient years of experience, in a state where there is no licensing requirements or,
- Practiced in the human profession of a surgical nurse, ICU, or Emergency or Critical Care
- You will need to submit a resume
- Induction – Primary responsibility is to administer anesthesia and prepare the animals for surgery. Must be able to work in a face paced environment and be well organized. This role sets the pace for the entire clinic. Must take direction from the Lead Induction Technician and then be able to work independently.
- Surgical Nurse – Primary responsibility is to monitor the animals during surgery and assist the surgeon. May be overseeing 2-3 tables at a time, so the ability to multi-task and pay attention to detail needed. Advanced knowledge in anesthesia monitoring devices is required (Doppler, Pulse Oximeter, Cardiac monitors, capnography) and the ability to react quickly to changes in a patient's vital signs or anesthetic plane is paramount.
- Recovery Nurse – Primary responsibility is post-op patient monitoring. This is a tough job, you are sitting on a floor recovering several patients at a time. This is intensive care. Due to our patients often compromised health, eagle-eye observation is required here.
What to bring:
- Comfortable shoes
- You are free to bring any piece of equipment you feel may aid you in doing your job